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Hello everyone and welcome to NiceGamingAdvice! Today we will be embarking on a new category in NiceGamingAdvice, the One Day Games category! This will be all about small games that become popular for a little time, and about how to play them in order to fit in with everyone else playing these popular games!
Today’s post will be about Ballz, a Ketchapp game. This game has swept the app store and has gained thousands upon thousands of downloads recently, due to its fast paced and easy way to play. But after getting farther in the levels, the game becomes much harder. Strategy is then needed, and that’s where NGA comes in!
In order to play, one must drag the ball in the position desired and release for the balls to go to that location, to either break the block, or bounce off of it until it’s broken. Every time the balls are released and finish their cycle of hitting the squares, the next “wave” starts and more squares are pushed down to the lighter grey line. If these squares reach the light grey line, they make the game end, and the player must restart to either gain more gold hoops (which are acquired by hitting the gold hoops in between the squares) to use in the store, or to reach a new personal best high score. When someone plays this game though, there is much more to know than to drag the balls (which more are acquired through hitting the white floating balls) at a single square and release. Here are a few quick strategy tips on what to do in this game, in order to beat all your friends!
Tip #1: Use the walls the to rebound the balls in order to hit as many squares as possible! The more contact that’s made with the different squares, the more value each ball will have.
Tip #2: Always aim for the squares closest to the ground unless there are weaker squares that can lead to desired gold hoops or even more balls. Strategy is needed for this game, and not always is it best to simple ram the 6 block (shown in the picture to the right of this test).
Tip #3: Have fun with the game, don’t always play to win, but play to enjoy this app. The best score can be fun to see by a player, but sometimes aiming for the hoops and taking a few risks can be more rewarding than simply playing to see how many squares you can destroy.
That’s it for today’s post about Ballz, and this is the first of many One Day Games with DamonDaBoss. I hope you all enjoyed your Spring Breaks as much as I did (especially if you actually have them :p) even if they were a few weeks ago, or if they will happen in a few weeks.
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Although Dark Magician isn’t really in the meta nowadays, it can be fun using it with all of its immense amount of support cards. I’ll be showing you a 40 main deck and 15 side deck that my friend and I have been having lots of fun with. This Dark Magician deck focuses on special summoning Dark Magician from the graveyard using Eternal Soul and using Rank 7 Xyzs along with DMOC.
Since the deck revolves around Dark Magician, it mostly consists of Spellcaster/Dark monsters, along with spell and trap cards that compliment them.
Dark Magician – the deck revolves around him, can be used for rank 7 XYZs, use 3
Dark Magician of Chaos – the boss monster of the deck, can banish monsters when destroyed, retrieves a spell card from the graveyard when summoned, can be a brick at times so only use 1 or 2 if you’re bold
Magician of Dark Illusion – it can be named as “Dark Magician” when on the field, special summoned when you use a spell/trap card on the opponent’s turn, and special summon a Dark Magician from the graveyard when you use a spell/trap card on your turn, use 2-3
Apprentice Illusion Magician – special summon by discarding a card from your hand, which can add a Dark Magician to your hand from the deck, can be sent from the hand to the graveyard to allow another Dark Spellcaster-Type monster to gain 2k ATK and DEF, use 1-2
Dark Magician Girl – gains 300 ATK for every Dark Magician in the graveyard, if supported enough it can be even higher than just a 3k beater, use 1-2
Chocolate Magician Girl can discard a Spellcaster-Type monster to draw a card and when attacked, it can special summon a Spellcaster-Type monster from the graveyard and change the attack target to it, halving the attacking monster’s ATK use 2-3
Armageddon Knight – used to send a Dark monster to the graveyard (and the deck is packed with them) use 1-2
Legion the Fiend Jester – tribute summon 1 Spellcaster-Type monster in addition to your normal summon, when sent from the field to the graveyard, you can add a Dark Magician from the deck or graveyard to your hand, use 1
Summoner Monk – discard 1 spell card, special summon 1 lvl 4 monster from the deck for some rank 4 plays
Magician’s Rod – when normal summoned, can add a spell/trap card that lists “Dark Magician” in the text, can tribute 1 Spellcaster-Type to add to your hand when you activate a spell’trap card during the opponent’s turn
Allure of Darkness – banish Dark monster, draw 2 cards, use 1-2
Dark Magic Attack – when controlling a “Dark Magician” you destroy all their backrow, use 2-3
Raigeki – nuke their monsters, you can only use 1
Dark Magic Veil/Dark Magic Curtain – pay LP (Veil pays 1k, Curtain pays half your current LP) and special summon a Dark Magician from the hand or graveyard
Dark Magic Expanded – use 2, based on the Dark Magicians and Dark Magician Girls on the field or graveyards:
1+ : 1 Dark Spellcaster monster gains 1k ATK for 1 turn,
2+ : opponent cant respond to or destroy your spell/trap effects,
3+ : Dark Spellcaster monsters you control can’t be affected by opponent card effects for 1 turn
Dedication Through Light and Darkness – used to summon DMOC (Dark Magician of Chaos), use 1
Dark Magical Circle – can search for Dark Magician and his support cards, when a Dark Magician is summoned you can banish a card the opponent controls
Wonder Wand – gives 500 ATK to Spellcaster monsters, can draw 2 cards when sent to the graveyard with the equiped monster (not a bad idea with Dark Magician) use 2
Magician Navigation – can special summon 1 Dark Magician from the hand, allowing you to special summon a lvl 7 or lower Dark Spellcaster from the deck, when in the graveyard, you can banish it to negate a face-up spell/trap card the opponent has for 1 turn, use 2-3
Dark Renewal – when opponent summons, target the monster(s) and 1 Spellcaster monster you have, destroy both and you can special summon Dark Magician from the deck or graveyard (so you use Dark Magician and just revive him) use 1-2
Eternal Soul – all “Dark Magician” monsters you control are unaffected by your opponent’s card effects, can special summon 1 “Dark Magician” from the hand or graveyard, adds 1 Dark Magic Attack from deck to your hand, use 2-3
Solemn Strike/Warning – destroys monster(s)/spell/trap cards when activating their effects or special/normal summoned, use 2 strikes, 1 warning
Number C6: Chronomaly Chaos Atlandis – 3300 ATK and DEF, uses 3 lvl 7 monsters
CXyz Simon the Great Moral Leader – 3k beater, can change an opponent monster’s battle position (negating its effects), uses 3 lvl 7 monsters
Red-Eyes Flare Metal Dragon – can’t be destroyed by card effects while possesing Xyz material, inflicts 500 damage to the opponent when they activate a card or effect, uses 2 lvl 7 monsters
Number 74: Master of Blades – during either player’s turn, when a card or effect activates and targets this card, detach 1 Xyz material; negate and destroy it, then destroy another card on the field, uses 2 lvl 7 monsters
Mecha Phantom Beast Dracossack – detach Xyz material, summon tokens, tokens are used to destroy 1 card on the field, uses 2 lvl 7 monsters
Gaia Dragon, the Thunder Charger – inflicts piercing damage to a defense position monster, uses 2 lvl 7 monsters
Number 11: Big Eye – detach 1 Xyz material to steal an opponent’s monster, uses 2 lvl 7 monsters
Ebon Illusion Magician – detach 1 Xyz material to special summon Dark Magician, when Dark Magician attacks, this card can banish 1 card the opponent controls, uses 2 lvl 7 monsters
Ebon High Magician – detach 1 Xyz material to activate a quick-play spell/trap card during the opponent’s turn, when destroyed by battle and sent the the graveyard, you can special summon 1 Dark Spellcaster from the hand or deck, then you can destroy 1 card on the field, uses 2 lvl 7 monsters
Number S39: Utopia the Lightning – detach 2 Xyz material to double its attack to 5000 during damage calculation; when it battles, the opponent can’t activate cards or effects until the end of the damage step, is overlayed over a rank 4 “Utopia” monster
Number S39: Utopia Prime – can be used for very situational comebacks, mainly used to be overlay over Utopia the Lightning, overlays over “Number 39: Utopia”
Dark Rebellion Xyz Dragon – detach 2 Xyz material to half 1 face-up monster your opponent controls; this card gains that lost ATK
Number 39: Utopia – detach 1 Xyz material, negate any player’s monster’s attack, uses 2 lvl 4 monsters
Gagaga Cowboy – mainly used for its defense position effect, detach 1 Xyz material to inflict 800 burn damage to your opponent, uses 2 lvl 4 monsters
Princess Cologne – detach 1 Xyz material to special summon 1 normal monster (Dark Magician) from the deck or graveyard in face-up defense position, uses 2 lvl 4 monsters
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Hello everyone, and welcome to NiceGamingAdvice! Here at NGA, you will find overviews of games (based on personal experiences in them), plenty of advice to go along with them, and just a whole lot of [mobile] gaming subjects! I’m DamonDaBoss, and this week’s post will be about, you guessed it, Boom Beach!
PS: There will be no one else working on this blog besides me, for now, because of some difficulties I’m having with contacting people back and consistently talking.
Now, let’s get into the subject!
Besides the two obvious heroes shown on the featured image, there was another “hero” added to the game in this update. That “hero” is the trader, and she might be the most important addition to the game so far. Have you ever really needed gold, wood, iron, stone, or even shards? That’s no problem anymore with the trader giving you these items for cheap and affordable prices, and in large quantities. Now I’ll only say this once, but, the first video listed below will give plenty of info on the trader, and the two other heroes, so check them out! Off to the real heroes now, since they are still quite important to attacking now!
Must repair the broken down hut next to the island shore. This will be your hero hut where you can view your heroes’ profiles and abilities.
To unlock Hero #2 – Captain Everspark
Must defeat Col. Gearheart’s War Factory (Level 45)
this all is, of course, true, and very important to know about heroes when playing Boom Beach.
The first hero, Sgt. Brick (The soldier looking blond hero), is a powerful attacking hero with abilities that increase damage and speed, defense, and abilities that can even make cluster bombs. She is perfect for use behind a group of troops, because she does a ton of damage when protected. Her special is that she shoots a bomb every time her target resets. But then there’s Captain Everspark.
A versatile attacker and support, Captain Everspark (The red haired mechanic looking hero)’s got it all. She can spawn little critters, similar to the witch in Clash of Clans and Clash Royale, and she can also plant timed bombs, and “hacking devices” that take over nearby enemy towers and make them fight against their own team. Her special also spawn critters, along with one of her abilities.
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These two videos below go over a little more details on how to use the heroes. The second one is mainly just for fun though!